Milan won a friendly 3-0 over Monza with Alessio Cerci on target and Kevin-Prince Boateng playing 45 minutes.
The Rossoneri have lost two Serie A games in a row and haven’t kept a clean sheet this season.
Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic gave some of his less used players a run-out at the Stadio Brianteo in Monza.
Luiz Adriano opened the scoring by running on to an Andrea Poli through ball, then make-shift right-back Poli was again the assist-man with his cross for Antonio Nocerino’s header.
Cerci curled a splendid left-foot finish into the top corner to complete the rout after 41 minutes.
In the second half, Mihajlovic switched to a 4-4-2 system with Cerci and Suso as wingers and introduced Boateng, who is training with Milan until December with the hope of getting a contract.
Boateng curled just off target and Cerci went close to a second when thumping the upright from close range.
Milan: Abbiati (Donnarumma 46); Poli, Alex, Mexes (De Santis 46), Zucchetti; Josè Mauri, De Jong, Nocerino (Boateng 46); Suso; Cerci, Luiz Adriano